Beautiful Malaga

Malaga has a lot to offer. Especially since it is situated next to the mediterranean sea and is part of the Costa del Sol. Spark your interest by reading the essential facts of beautiful Malaga. Its ideal size – Malaga has a population of 1 million. It has the same amount of tourist attractions, transportation…

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Hiking in Andalusia

Since decades, Andalusia has been estimated an ideal holiday destination among connoisseurs, which visit the south of Spain to go Hiking in Andalusia: It is Spain’s southernmost region – next to the Canary Islands – and unites fascinating scenic contrasts due to its size. Travellers can climb the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada, and…

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Carnival of Malaga

Discover the origins and characteristics of the Carnival of Malaga, one of Spain ‘s most popular festivals. Christian Lent is approaching and like every year between February and March in the Spanish cities, especially in Andalusia, everyone is preparing themselves for the great feast of Carnival, a festival of international touristic interest in which all…

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The best beaches of Malaga

The southern Andalucian city of Malaga offers a combination of everything you are looking for in a fabulous holiday. Besides its great amount of monuments, museums, culture and gastronomy, there are also the beaches of Malaga that can offer you the possibility to stretch out in the sun or take long walks on the beach. The…

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Top 10 Monuments in Malaga

The southern Spanish city of Malaga is full of historical sights and monuments, which is, besides the beach and the climate, another reason to visit Malaga! Additionally, the monuments in Malaga are very accessible by foot, as everything is closeby. OnSpain School created a list of the most impressive monuments in Malaga. 1.     La Alcazaba…

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